Monday, December 19, 2005

Kanye gets some help

MTV's Brooke Crittendon wasn't happy with a recent article on The Conservative Voice about rapper Kanye West. If you recall, Kanye thinks Pres. Bush doesn't like black people.

Apparently, Brooke doesn't like Nathan Tabor, publisher/editor-in-chief of The Conservative Voice and author of the Kanye story. In an e-mail to Nathan, she claimed to be "a friend of Kanye West and was upset with Tabor's story. As far as West making the controversial statements on NBC TV's star-studded fundraiser, Ms. Crittendon claims that West 'did not know going in that he was going to make those comments, and as a multi-platinum selling rapper he definitely did not need the 'free publicity.'"

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Blogger Saint Christopher said...

It's taken me a while to figure out why Affairs has been getting hundreds of hits a day from "Brooke Crittendon" searches. The best reason I've found is that some people think Kanye "Mr. Potato Head" West is important or famous and want to learn more about his apparent girlfriend, Brooke.

One of the first hits I noticed was from Viacom (owner of Brooke's employer, MTV) in New York.

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